Canes announce Jeff Skinner has a concussion. Tough preseason in Carolina.
Raleigh News & Observer "Carolina Hurricanes goalie Anton Khudobin spent two and half months this season recovering from an ankle injury, and became so bored he started playing with Legos. Khudobin said Sunday he once built a truck out of Legos, saying it took him 12 hours to complete. But Khudobin has put the toys..." January 06
NHL.com "Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner, Edmonton Oilers forward Taylor Hall and Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo have been named the NHL's 'Three Stars' for the period ending Dec. 8. FIRST STAR -- JEFF SKINNER, CAROLINA HURRICANES Skinner tallied six points last week, including..." December 09
Raleigh News & Observer "Carolina Hurricanes winger Jeff Skinner is tired of watching games from the press level or the dressing room. Being up top during games offers a different perspective, Skinner said Wednesday. Being in the room, watching on TV, gives him the opportunity to see replays. But Skinner wants to..." November 21
NHL.com "Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has activated forward Jeff Skinner from injured reserve. Skinner is eligible to play for the Hurricanes tonight at Detroit. The team also placed forward Alexander Semin..." November 21
Raleigh News & Observer "Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner, who has missed the past 11 games with an upper-body injury, may be able to return to the lineup Thursday against the Detroit Red Wings, Canes coach Kirk Muller said Wednesday. Muller said a decision would be reached Thursday after the morning..." November 20
Skinner out couple of weeks Muller says.
Raleigh News & Observer "Injured forward Jeff Skinner again was missing Monday as the Canes practiced at PNC Arena. Canes coach Kirk Muller said Skinner was getting a second medical opinion on what has been deemed an "upper-body injury." Skinner has not played since suffering what appeared to be a hand injury during..." November 04
Dvorak, Skinner on injured reserve.
NHL.com "Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Tim Gleason is out with a concussion head coach Kirk Muller said on Monday. Muller said Gleason suffered a concussion in the Sept. 21 preseason game against Montreal. Gleason 30 fought Jarred Tinordi at the 4:41 mark of the first period and though he played the..." September 30
Raleigh News & Observer "Canes coach Kirk Muller would have liked to have had something close to his game group for opening night play Thursday against the Columbus Blue Jackets. That's not going to happen not after injuries to Tim Gleason Alex Semin Tuomo Ruutu and Elias Lindholm. And now add Jeff Skinner to that..." September 26
Raleigh News & Observer "That Jared Cowen of the Ottawa Senators hit Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner in the head is indisputable. The frame-by-frame replays of Cowen’s open-ice hit in Tuesday’s game in Ottawa show the Sens defenseman leading with his right shoulder on the collision with Skinner, knocking..." April 18
NHL.com "Forward Jeff Skinner left the Carolina Hurricanes' game against the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place with an upper-body injury and will not return. Ottawa defenseman Jared Cowen, making his season debut with the Senators after requiring surgery in November to repair a torn labrum in his left..." April 17
Raleigh News & Observer "Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner, injured Tuesday in the game against the Ottawa Senators, will return to Raleigh today for further medical examination. The Hurricanes are to fly Wednesday to Winnipeg for a Thursday game against the Jets. Skinner left the game and did not return..." April 17
News & Observer "Canes coach Kirk Muller was in for a rarity today at PNC Arena: when he blew the whistle to begin the morning skate, he had a surplus of healthy players. "It's the training camp we didn't have," Muller joked. Back on the ice were forwards Jeff Skinner and Tim Brent, and defensemen Tim..." February 28
#Canes head coach Kirk Muller confirms Jeff Skinner, Tim Brent, Tim Gleason and Jamie McBain back in the lineup tonight vs. #Pens.
Raleigh News & Observer "For the second straight season, Carolina Hurricanes forward Jeff Skinner will miss games because of a concussion. The team announced Wednesday that Skinner, who absorbed some big hits last week against the Toronto Maple Leafs, will be sidelined indefinitely. Skinner was out 16 games last season..." February 21
Raleigh News & Observer "The Canes will be without forward Jeff Skinner on the trip to Montreal, coach Kirk Muller said Sunday. Muller said Skinner, the Canes' second-leading scorer with seven goals and seven assists, has an "upper-body" injury. Skinner took some hard hits in Thursday's game against Toronto, once..." February 18
Raleigh News & Observer "The Canes will be without forward Jeff Skinner on the trip to Montreal, coach Kirk Muller said Sunday. Muller said Skinner, the Canes' second-leading scorer with seven goals and seven assists, has an "upper-body" injury. Skinner took some hard hits in Thursday's game against Toronto, once..." February 17
Washington Post "With a little more than eight minutes remaining in the second period of the Capitals' 4-3 overtime loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night, tempers flared between both teams. The spark was when Carolina center Jeff Skinner knocked down Dmitry Orlov in a race for the puck. Replays show..." March 07
Raleigh News & Observer "For Jeff Skinner of the Carolina Hurricanes, tonight's game against the Washington Capitals at the Verizon Center offers a convenient measuring stick. It was on Jan. 15 that Skinner returned from a concussion to face the Caps in Washington after being sidelined for 16 games. Since that last..." March 06
Raleigh News & Observer "The Carolina Hurricanes got Jeff Skinner back in the lineup Sunday, so that was a plus. Jussi Jokinen scored a goal, his first in 25 games. Make it another plus for the Canes. But losing to the Washington Capitals stung. And especially losing on a goal by a 20-year-old rookie defenseman who..." January 16
Raleigh News & Observer "Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers can relate to Jeff Skinner of the Carolina Hurricanes. Like Skinner, Giroux suffered a concussion this season. Like Skinner, the forward was antsy, impatient, frustrated by the injury, eager to get back to a team that badly needed him but unsure when..." January 11
Raleigh News & Observer "The 2011 NHL All-Star Weekend was to be a showcase for the Carolina Hurricanes, for the City of Raleigh and for the Triangle. It was long-promised by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, who finally delivered, and the three-day event came to Raleigh in late January. Who would have thought it would be..." January 01
Raleigh News & Observer "Eric Staal will be in the Canes' lineup Tuesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs but Jeff Skinner is expected to miss his second straight game. Staal returned to Raleigh for the birth Sunday of a son, Levi John. He was not at practice today but will be at Tuesday's morning skate at the Air..." December 12
Raleigh News & Observer "Eric Staal is the captain. Cam Ward is the backbone. They're still No. 1 and 1A in the Carolina Hurricanes' pecking order. With every game he plays, Jeff Skinner is closing in on them. He's not there yet, but he continues to demonstrate his truly electrifying ability to make things happen with..." October 18